Free Skits Etc.

Angels Unaware

Posted by Nora Spinaio on April 7, 2013 at 7:35 PM

http://free4ministry.webs.com/Angels%20unaware.pdf

 

Here's a monologue about hospitality. We never know when we are entertaining Angles instead of people. Here's what might happen if an Angel showed up.

 

 

Tables

Posted by Nora Spinaio on July 11, 2012 at 9:10 PM

http://free4ministry.webs.com/Tables.pdf

 

This is very short and very poignant. It can be done with or without spotlights, using 1 to 3 readers, with or without props. This one is really up to you.

 

It's basically about the simple items that show the world who we are. The first table is about Jesus, the second and third are about the rest of us.

 

God bless,

Angels of Christmas

Posted by Nora Spinaio on November 28, 2011 at 9:45 PM

http://free4ministry.webs.com/Angels%20of%20Christmas.pdf

This is a Readers' Theatre piece for Christmas. It's told from the POV of the Angels. It can be done very simply. However, if you have the people, feel free to play with visuals and music.

God bless,

David's Story and Cyrus' Story

Posted by free4dramaministry on January 24, 2010 at 7:04 PM

http://free4ministry.webs.com/David's%20story%20companion%20of%20saul.pdf

http://free4ministry.webs.com/Cyrus'%20story%20a%20companion%20of%20saul.pdf

 

 

Use these two readers' theatre monologues to contrast what could have happened to two of Saul of Taurus' companions. 

 

 

 

 

Encounters With Jesus

Posted by free4dramaministry on January 9, 2010 at 10:15 PM

http://free4ministry.webs.com/Encounters%20With%20Jesus.pdf

Feel free to adjust this for your needs. Keep in mind that it's fiction which is based on real people that encountered Jesus while he was on his earthly mission. We performed it with music, feel free to take the music out or change it as your situation warrants. Also, you don't have to use a spotlight but it helps with this piece.

 

Also, thanks to Sharon Tehrune for the idea.

Feel free to contact me at [email protected] with any comment or questions.

God Bless,

Nora